From Brianna Marshall, DSS Chair On behalf of the DSS preconference instructors:
“Earlier this spring, members of the Digital Scholarship Section Executive Committee worked together to plan a preconference focused on digital scholarship consultations in libraries, which we delivered last month at ALA Annual. We are excited to share our materials openly under a CC BY license so that the library community can use and adapt them to suit your needs! The preconference consisted of two main activities and accompanying supplemental materials, plus brief panel lectures.”
Access the materials here:
Source: Deconstructing Digital Scholarship Consultations in the Library | An ACRL preconference offered during the 2018 ALA Annual Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana
From the Library Publishing Coalition:
For the second time, we will be livestreaming portions of the Library Publishing Forum (5/22-23)! You can see which sessions will be streamed on the Program Page (look for the little camera icon next to the presentation title). All streaming will be done via LPC’s Twitter account and will be shared via the conference hashtag: #LPForum18. Can’t watch the stream live? Links to the recordings will be added to the program after the conference.
Read more here:
Source: Watch the livestream of the Library Publishing Forum | Library Publishing Coalition
OCLC presents this seminar from Melissa Levine, Lead Copyright Officer at the University of Michigan Library. You many join virtually or in-person at 11:00 am Eastern on Tuesday, May 22.
As we think intentionally about issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, we recognize how free, open online collections make it possible for everyone to study primary evidence regarding race, religion, gender, national origin, indigenous peoples and more. But copyright touches almost all aspects of the work of libraries, museums, and archives. It affects what gets produced and how, what gets collected and preserved, who gets to see or use collections, and how they can be used. Copyright shapes what we are able to share online, whether they are in accessible formats, and raises questions about how to meaningfully support use and reuse.
Read more and register here:
Source: But what about copyright?
From Ann Michael via The Scholarly Kitchen:
“Back in October of 2014, we asked the Chefs how they stay informed about scholarly publishing. Since several years have passed, we were curious if any of the Chefs had found new channels of information or new ways to effectively digest all that is going on around us. We also thought that it was past time to broaden the question and consider all of scholarly communications, not just publishing.
So this month we asked the Chefs: How do you stay informed about scholarly communications?”
Read more here:
Source: how chefs stay informed about scholarly communication
The Scholarly Communication Committee of the Academic Libraries of Indiana is pleased to
announce a call for papers and panel presentations for the 2018 ALI Scholarly Communication
Librarianship Conference. The conference will be held on Friday, October 26, 2018 at the
University Library at IUPUI in Indianapolis, Indiana. To date, this is the only annual conference
devoted entirely to Scholarly Communication Librarianship. We invite submissions from all
areas of academia and the public sector for this growing conference. Please see the schedule and
presentations from last year and from the previous iteration of the conference.
Any topics relating to scholarly communication in academic librarianship will be considered.
We welcome proposals and presentations on both theory and practice, as well as individual and
panel presentations. We are also soliciting submissions for a poster session and a quick hits
session (see below). This is not an ALI-specific or Indiana-specific conference and all are
encouraged to submit – including international presenters. We look forward to hearing from
Individual presentations on research, theory or practice related to scholarly
Panels on topics related to scholarly communication librarianship.
Submissions for conference poster session
Submissions for 5-10 minute quick hits presentations
Please send submissions consisting of a title and a brief description of around 200 words, along
the names and affiliations of all presenters to Stephen Craig Finlay at email@example.com.
We will also be offering two scholarships to attend the conference – one for a current MLS
student and one for an early-career librarian. Keep an eye out for that announcement.
This year at the International Coalition of Library Consortia conference in Detroit, there will be a post-conference workshop focused on Open Access on 4/18/2018. It’s open to all in the academic library community:
“This workshop provides participants with a clear understanding of the strategic and practical aspects of transitioning to open access, enabling them to create and implement their own OA2020 roadmap to drive open access within their local community and have impact on a global scale.”
Learn more and register here:
Source: OA2020 Transformation Workshop